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East Hertfordshire (District Authority)
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TL 3533 BUCKLAND HIGH ROAD (A10) (East side) Buckland

5/38 Buckland Bury -


House. Late C17 S range, early C18 N range, cased in brick in 1880's. Timber frame, cased in red brick with chamfered plinths, buttress at SE corner and yellow brick band at floor level. Steep old red tile half-hipped roofs with bellcast at S eaves. A long and spacious 2 storeys internal chimney plan house facing S with gable to the road at W, enlarged by a parallel 2-storeys N range with staircase, kitchens, and W parlour with cellar under. Hall in middle of S range with large room (possibly originally 2 rooms in line) to E beyond chimney against front wall. Wide entrance hall with staircase at W of hall with a large 2-bay parlour at W end with early C19 inserted chimney on E wall. S front 5 windows long with recessed sash windows under segmental arches with 8/8 panes. Centred C19 bay windows to hall and E parlour and screen with side-lights to entrance door. Similar small-paned sash windows one to each floor in each part on W end to road. Timber frame exposed inside with unjowled posts, straight tension braces, clasped-purlin collar-truss roof, chamfered and stopped axial beams and squared joists. Face-halved bladed scarf joints in wallplates of S range. Large open fireplace in hall with ogee stopped chamfer to lintel. Plastered but unlit attic room to W of chimney. Called Painter's Farm for sometime in C20.

Listing NGR: TL3562033685


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 03 Jan 2005
Reference: IOE01/13622/21
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr A. Gude. Source Historic England Archive
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